Gambling Law: How It Works in Canada, UK, USA and Australia

The casino industry is no longer a new concept, and it is increasingly beginning to gain momentum, the adoption of laws, according to which the prohibitions that were imposed on gambling in some leading countries are being relaxed, and in those where it was absent at all, it is slowly beginning to be introduced at the level of the Government. more

Personal Injury

Common Risks in a Barbershop

Going to the barber is usually safe. In most jurisdictions, barbers need to be licensed and insured to practice. They should also have a minimum of training. As long as you stick to a reputable shop, there should be nothing to worry about. more


Best UK Online Casinos List, in cooperation with CasinoValley online casino experts, analysed some of the critical UK Gambling Laws, as well as the best legal UK online casinos list. more


Speeding Fines (Tickets and Penalties) ᐈ UK【2022】

In recent months, police forces across the UK have warned of a crackdown on speeding motorists, with greater enforcement of speeding fines and lower tolerance for what the National Police Chief’s Council (NPCC) claims are ‘irresponsible and dangerous drivers.’ more


The Gender Pay Gap and Employer Obligations in the UK in 2019

The latest government statistics on employee pay reveal an 8.6% gap between men’s and women’s median hourly earnings for 2018, confirming that there is still a gender pay gap in the UK in 2019 that needs to be addressed. It would appear that employers are not quite doing enough to tackle the gender pay gap problem despite there being serious legal consequences for those that fail to meet their employment law obligations in this area. Employer obligations in relation to the gender pay gap mainly entail the duty to report gender pay gap data, but may also involve other concerns depending on the circumstances. more


ASA and CAP Tighten the Screws on Gambling Advertising

The Committees of Advertising Practice (CAP) announced new standards to restrict the use of language and tactics meant to trivialise gambling, lower the perception of risk or create a sense of urgency. more


The Law of Nuisance and How it Affects You

If there is one trait English people are renowned all over the world for, it is their courtesy. When you share an island three times smaller than Texas with 65 million people, it is necessary to be highly considerate of others, or else anarchy would reign in the streets. more


UKGC Publishes Fourth Edition of Anti-Money Laundering Guidance

The United Kingdom Gambling Commission (UKGC) published its fourth edition of gambling industry advice on fighting the terrorism financing and preventing money laundering. more


The Gambling Commission Knocks Out Operators and Their Management

The UK Gambling Commission does not always sanction online casino operators, but when it does, it shows no mercy. more

Trusts & Wills

Bereavement Care Advice on Family Financial Security When You are Gone

When someone close to you dies the shock and grief can feel overwhelming. more

Personal Injury

Everything You Need To Know About No Win No Fee In Personal Injury Claims

If you have claimed, or wish to claim for a personal injury then it is likely you have heard of the concept, ‘no win, no fee’. However, very few people understand what this means in practice. Do you have to pay for any expert witnesses? Can a solicitor sneak in extra charges? If I lose, do I have to pay the other sides costs? more

IT Law

Legal aspects of the UK cryptocurrency market

When buying and selling cryptocurrency, it is important to understand the legal side of the process. more


How to Apply to be a Foster Carer

Many people derive huge satisfaction from fostering vulnerable children. There is always a shortage of foster carers, with some areas being affected more than most. This guide will explain the process of applying to be a foster carer so you can fulfil your dream of helping children who desperately need a safe place to live. more

Commercial Law

Losing the Lot - How Does Company Insolvency Affect Pensions?

When British Home Stores (BHS) collapsed in April 2016, it cost the jobs of 11,000 employees and left thousands of former employees not knowing if the pension they paid into for years would reap any return. It was estimated it would cost £571 million to make up the shortfall in the pension scheme. Following a massive public backlash, including being labelled “Sir Shifty” by the Daily Mail, Sir Philip Green, a former owner of BHS (but not the owner when it fell into administration) injected £363 million into the pension fund to help plug the shortfall. more

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